The Supreme Court appears to have made it all but impossible to use race as a criterion in selecting or approving students for tertiary education. CNN reports:
CNN Chief Legal Analyst Laura Coates said the Supreme Court's decision to gut affirmative action in college admissions will have sweeping changes to education in the US.
"This opinion, make no mistake about it, it is going to change the landscape of education, and this is what the majority has asked for," she said.
The fact that almost every liberal and/or progressive and/or left-wing voice out there is currently screaming in protest at the decision makes it all the sweeter. Those people have made it very difficult, to the point of impossibility, for certain students (Asian in particular, but including whites) to get fair, even-handed consideration when applying for places at university. Hopefully, that will go away Real. Soon. Now. It's long gone time that happened.
I'm absolutely in favor of removing any shape, shade or form of discrimination on the grounds of race. The fact that universities have been able to use it as a back-handed form of "reverse discrimination" is as disgraceful as its former use to "hold down" black and hispanic candidates.
No racial discrimination means no racial discrimination, period.